Mennonite College of Nursing's Online RN to BSN program is designed as a way for licensed registered nurses who have completed an associate's degree or diploma in a nursing program to earn their bachelor's degree.
Our faculty work to ensure your transition from RN to BSN is seamless. We offer both full and part-time plans of study, allowing for the flexibility necessary to balance a busy work and personal life.
Online Information Sessions
Sit in on a virtual information session with a member of our team. Learn about the program and ask questions.
We do NOT require chemistry or statistics as prerequisites
Why earn your BSN?
Many hospitals are pushing to increase the number of BSN prepared nurses to 80% by 2020 (AACN, 2015). MCN's RN to Bachelor of Science in Nursing program will:
Equip you with critical skills for Magnet certification and Institute of Medicine (IOM) expectations
Improve your career mobility and marketability
Prepare you with the skills necessary to assume leadership and management roles
Why choose us?
Our Online RN to BSN program ranks among the best
Our online format is internationally quality-certified through the non-profit organization Quality Matters
Illinois State University is listed in the Top 50 Best Bang for the Buck Colleges (Washington Monthly)
In 2019, Mennonite College of Nursing celebrated its 100th year of delivering high-quality nursing education
The RN to BSN program has been offered at MCN for over 30 years
Complete your BSN with our Pathways or Dual Enrollment Programs
Mennonite College of Nursing has partnered with local community colleges to provide advantages to students who wish to pursue their Bachelor of Science in nursing online. Under the Pathways and Dual Enrollment programs, students enrolled in an ADN program at one of our community college partners can receive dual admission into MCN’s online RN to BSN program.
"The online RN to BSN program at MCN was the perfect fit for me because of its flexibility. As a working mother continuing my nursing education, I appreciated that I could complete coursework whenever it worked into my family and work schedule, as long as I met course deadlines."